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by the investigation that has been going on this afternoon. they are telling us what they are doing to restore service. >> a lot will depend on our ability to get into the site of the accident and see if we can do all the necessary work there. >> what would that be? >> completeness necessary completely ntsb allowing us to get there. we don't know why our gas plane ruptured. >> and ntsb will figure that out? >> absolutely. they have a sent bented -- assembled a terrific team and they will get to the root cause >> reporter: they could not answer a whole lot of other questions because at this point it is not their domain. they are limited in what pg e.e.can say to the public. they say they know who those people are but for some reason, your utilities are not on and you feel they don't know about it, you are advised to give them a call. >>> four people were filled, a mother and her teenage daughter along with a 20-year-old female and another as yet identified victim. police kept people out most of the day a small crew was allowed to shoot this video and it shows how destructiontive the flames -- destructi
of this explosion again we know was the high pressure transmission line why it exploded the ntsb should give us some details or in terms of what they're doing to try and get those answers. in addition to that there are eight fire investigators run scene conducting our own investigation carried as you know fire officials went door-to-door today there were able to get through 75 percent of the homes. did a 25 percent or two hot that's what they told us earlier today it will be interesting to find out when to our officials have their news conference at 5:00 whether they'll be able to make it to those other homes. we can also tell you they've had a total of 25 fire companies doing the searching of these homes. still they've called in to urban search and rescue teams they see the debris is just kind of mammoth. they called to to urban search and rescue teams to help remove some of the debris so far officials can get in there and to their searching. another thing were expected to 5:00 news conference is the damage assessment. we should have some sort of dollar figure in terms of the amount of damage by th
doesn't know what he want to do any more since no longer a home to sell. >> that person is telling us he is just going to not put it on the market. maybe sell the land and go from there. >>reporter: in the just the resident here in san brawn 0who could be made to expose the gas transmission line. now pg&e made the list public experts are saying that resident in those neighborhoods could have a whole new disclosure roorment on their hands, too. reporting in san bruno, abc 7 news. >>> tonight there's a warning out for female joggers in south san jose. the sheriff's department is looking for a man who attacked a woman jogging alone yesterday morning. happened just before 8:00 o'clock on trail around snell road and colleen drive. the attacker pushed the woman into an aquaduct and tried to sexually assault her but she managed to fight him off and run away. oakland police issue a warning after 2 women robbed sexually assaulted in separate incidents near lake merit. police think the same person may be responsible for both yesterday's attacks. victims say the man was carrying a weapon but
. >>> cal grad sarah shoark back in the u.s. after more than a year in iranian prison. what she plans to do the moment she reaches new york. >> mostly i will miss your laughter. >> a mothers anguish over the loss of daughter. how friends and family remembered one of the young victims of the san bruno pipe explosion. >>> san bruno, the first toll lane that doesn't cross a bridge. >>> 7:30 a.m. the 19th of september. good morning i am julie watts. >> i am phil matier. we have a lot of news and talk to cover in the next hour. we are in the final month before the november elections and across the board. there is no clear front runners. we will talk about what both parties are going to need to do if they want to win this election. >>> plus later in the wake ofanti muslim sentiment a chance to show a different side. >>> and how health leaders in one bay area county are fighting back against an outbreak of whooping cough. >>> we will get to that in just a moment first leading the news this morning friends and family bid a fond farewell to one of the youngest victims of the san bruno pipeline explo
're not sure. we have talked to neighbors out here who told us they have had a smell of gas in here for perhaps a week, perhaps longer. that has been reported to pg and e the power crew came out, didn't find anything. is it related, it's still too early to know. the fire chief did say, this is a high powered gas line that ruptured and exploded. it sent flames hundreds of feet into the air and people were injured and at least one person killed. >> thank you very much. we're going to allen now with some additional information. >> reporter: i've been told that we're on standby because san bruno fire is telling us that it's preparing to give it's first official briefing of the night. we did hear from the fire chief but that was hours ago where he confirmed that it was a high pressure gas line that rap turd, exploded. we still don't have a cause from either the fire department nor pge. but i'm getting confirmation from the coroner's office one person is dead. and a map that i've been handed gives pretty good indication of the neighborhood we're talking about here. it's right near -- we're talking ab
with what happened the deputy gave the woman marked bills. one source tells us they were 100 dollar bills. sources say the woman then handed the money over to hernandez. as deputies watched this is sheriff spokesperson nelson. >> the person went forward and did that. had their record taken care of basically at third less than what it would have cost. >>reporter: early last week felix was arrested after court officials launch investigation to see who else may have been involved they did an audit of the books and found discrepancy and at that point mr. chavez also arrested. >>reporter: alameda county court administrators declined our request for interview. they did issue a statement confirming the arrest. but said according to judicial canon of ethic and other restriction were unable to comment on pending cases and related personnel issues. but appropriate administrative actions have been taken. both the court and the sheriffs office say they are investigate. >> investigation on these 2 people is ongoing and to see how far back it goes and how wide spread it is. >>reporter: now her
officials will brief us in a couple of moments. we will go to them live. this is a look at the press conference that should begin any minute now. here is what we have learned so far. state and federal regulators have ranked the gas line that ruptured as high risk because it ran through a highly populated area we already knew one of the people who died in that blast was 44-year-old jacquelin greg who worked for the california public utilities commission. at the time of her death she was working on plans to upgrade another risky section of that same gas line 2 1/2 miles away. this new information raises several new questions of pg&e and federal regulators. we are working to get answers to those questions. we have new information tonight on the victims. investigators uncovered two more bodies in the rubble this afternoon. that brings the total number of people killed to six. nearly 60 others were injured and four are in critical condition tonight. the president sent his condolences today to the governor and we are waiting for this press conference to begin with federal regulators in san
video for the first time. she says it shows a concerned father given permission to use scare straight tactic autos no time do you hear the parents of the young man objecting getting upset, crying. so the video is from the cop's perspective. >> terry bowman points to an early portion of the video. the father speaks up while his son is in handcuffs. >> the family's attorney says the officer threatened the teenager numerous times and crossed the line in using his position as an officer to settle a domestic matter. >> this does not bode well for you. do you know what that means? that is good thing. >> san jose police did tell us wednesday both juveniles were cited for having sex with a minor. those citations are likely in the hands of juvenile probation for possible refer to the district attorney's office for her part the d.a.says she's reviewing to case to see if the officer faces any criminal charges. >> today a judge cleared the way for california's first execution in more than four years. the u.s. district judge found the state had adequate lay dressed concerns about the lethal inject
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of wilderness. we are in a busy city so it is our real if you wanna use our route.that word. w works all the way to set the san diego l.a. times this is the biggest war right now happening in the state of california. >> stay with kron 4 we will see what the landscape looks like at first light. >> his interview with the red cross and alluded to it there are two shelters set up all evacuated residents requiring over night. they were sent to veterans memorial recreation center, located at 251 city park way those who are are still trying to locate family members or make other accommodation they were sent to church of the highlands. and that is acting a buzzard receiving center if you're looking for information that's a great place to turn to. 1900 moderate drive. scores of displaced people have made other arrangements. those affected who made accommodations to stay with friends or neighbors were urged to register with the city's emergency hotline at 650- 616-7180. they need to check you lost the less they're trying to get a check account so that when people can access the neighborhood they know whi
cannot believe he is carefully gone. >> this is not something you get used to. and i have been an education for 38 years it is tragic. >> and school officials are investigating the scratch with drinking off-campus before hand. to a rebound with the policy of letting campus leavstudents leas during lunch. the driver was arrested on suspicion of the hitler manslaughter of the why, the wall with a b a l of it-0.08 and more and driving without a license. -d y. and as soon as people learn about this they face book is called support the novado car crash victims and their families. let us take a closer look.xd thisç is theçwe academimages of a car, and the e wiç the wdui lettersó[kbçvçe and a line through, and with condolences, the superintendent is how the community can learn from this tragedy. other people are living comments. " you are in our prayers, and i hope this is the lesson with drinking and driving. the mother was a candlelight vigil over the weekend and many people were not able to attend. there were there, in a spirit. to take a look at this www.kron.com what'
it was not on a list they say the system is flawed. >> we don't know what the cause was but that will inform us on how to look at the segments and whether the process that we use is a good process are not. >> pg&e submitted last year for base-rate proceedings they said they had read this section to and half miles away from the blast site. c u p c is pleased that pg&e complied the agency says it's important to have the information this list changes from year to year yesterday's list is the most recent period the c p u also requested the list for the past few years they will decide if changes need to be made on how the pipelines are monitored. police are investigating the solo crash in san jose that killed and eight year-old appeared in happened near o'grady drive at 3:00 a.m. report showed the driver as san jose man lost control of the has to be crashing into a light pole and cause the vehicle to catch fire. an 18 year-old passenger pronounced dead at the scene the driver is expected to survive he was taken to hospital. will tran joins us on the phone with more. >> that drivers in big trouble he is an
department to come back and tell us any news that they may have found and we got a call, a knock on the door from the coroner and the coroner was standing two police officers and at that moment i just knew it wasn't good. we had her that -- had indicated he saw jessica die and that there was nothing he could do to save her. i went to the hospital and hoped that maybe he could give me something to hope for. we were told by neighbors that they saw jessica run out after him. he had ran back in and then saw her run after him. then we could never confirm she was still alive so that little hope was there for us and the knock on the door this afternoon just confirmed what our greatest fear was. >> family members say the boyfriend was in the hospital with burns to 50% of his body. >>> and we talked to another man who barely escaped the explosion. >> all the sudden i was just walking and my floor completely came -- wood floors just exploded up. threw me against the wall, after that i got up, went to the back door and i looked out and saw my hot tub and everything was on fire, the backyard, flames s
the likelihood that the driver will get into a crash compared with the national average. >>> back on u.s. soil. how the hiker, sarah shourd is stepping up the demands that iran release her friend and fiancee. it is fresh. >> the broken well is capped in the gulf. how president obama is reacting to the news. >>> they left behind notes saying that they were going visit their dead relatives. >> the bizarre leaving of a dozen cult members. >>> hi, lots of clouds making their way. the rain has ended. what can we expect for the rest of the summer? we'll talk about that coming up controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. cocaine. . >>> nearly half a million people of peru are without power tonight because of a protest over cocaine. hundreds of the growers in peru have taken crow control of the electric plant in the city. they are protesting the government's destruction of the crops, which is the
a back and forth yords deal. >> the judiciary appeared to use the release to flex its muscles, which highlights the deep rift in iran ejen amongst the conservatives. on friday the foreign ministry announced plans for her to be released on saturday, with the result of ahmadinejad's personal intervention and reflected his special viewpoint of this islamic republic of iran on the dignity of women. hours later the judiciary suddenly called off the whole release which was a very embarrassing rebuke to ahmadinejad. like i said, this really highlights these deep rifts and this struggle for the balance of power in iran right now. >> all right. nbc's ali arouzi, thank you very much. and now here's carl. >> jenna, thanks. >>> as the nation remembers the september 11th attacks on saturday protesters took to the streets, tongurning the day's m from reflection to outrage. mike taibbi has the story. >> reporter: they are by now familiar remembrance. >> adam -- >> reporter: the pause of the moments when the planes struck and the towers fell. the bells, the reading of the names of those lost. >> jam
. >> kron4 christine, lee joins us live from zebra with an >> one week has passed a this lifetime has stayed still. take a look you could see the jitneys left behind all that is left of these homes. and for no cars still some industries. tomorrow officials will be meeting with residents of red tag toms to tag to talked about, remove the debris. as house officials worry about the ash. that could be tainted with toxic chemicals. >> as night began to fall, some people came by to drop ballflowers wanting their neighbors and a one week later their neighbors are still in their prayers. >> live down the street not far from here, i friends who lost everything. fizzes people can't do that right now. you could see people's >> you could see people cannot award through the rubble to both the health department is worried about the ash, it could contain toxic chemicals from the incinerated cars and burned out homes. crews have been wedding down the ash to keep from flying around. to remove contaminated ash from the explosion and fire that ripped through a san francisco suburb to reduce health and environ
a residential suburb. investigators used dna to identify lavonne bullis, 85, and her son gregory bullis, 50, as victims of the sept. 9 blast. gregory bullis' son, william james bullis, 17, was identified after an examination of remains found at the family's home in san bruno. this brings the total number of victims to seven. >> 6 04 a.m. clear conditions you can see from our shot. san jose temperatures sitting in the '50s the low 50s the first of all officially today. a nice warm up through the day today and then hot weather heading towards weekend. we are talking about the heat wave here. 54 for san francisco opera '50s through oakland. now but not getting out of the 40 jet. taking it through the day by 10:00 a.m. mostly sixties may be some '50s. by noontime '60s-'70s. towards the afternoon shows this '80s. 80s back into our area again especially for the napa valley and also is to the delta as well. by 7:00 p.m. still staying warm out their temperatures hanging on to the '60s-'70s. your afternoon highs 84 in fairfield, 80 napa, '70s right around the media base 74 san francisco, along the c
as surf. became part of his hard hat and heavy gloves which you use tub go through 3,000 t of trash piece by piece. >> that is the process they're going through to three times in sermons, there is the right to be a while. >> they're sifting through on 1 a. of the central arresters believe petitioners to dump the garbage in the north shore business park. of this release is the main suspect efren valdemoro part to car given driving more people turn of the house today the shares search and rescue k-9 unit has been assisting in the search stayed home. >> the dog is not what this day there were many orders there were emanating from the debris of their a kabila and more difficult for the dog than we anticipated. hot, work for the volunteer showing up to date were hoping that their efforts for ride some relief for the keyboard over details >> frieds and cover to the family. and the people that were affected by this attrition. >> as i search continues and prosecutors for further case against efren valdemoro we will continue to cover the multiple murders. you can follow the story here on www.kron4
with the information for us and kimberly terry have reaction from people in that neighborhood. but let's begin with monti. >> reporter: the documents show that the pipeline was at a high risk to fail but the company did nothing to repair it or replace it. as federal investigators begin the arduous task of figuring out what led to the deadly explosion that flattened this san bruno neighborhood on thursday, documents uncovered by the bay citizen, a nonprofit news organization, revealed just what pg & e knew about the pipeline and when the company knew it. going back as early as 2007, pg and ene officials expressed concerns about the aging pipeline installed 50 years earlier. in a report last year that recommended a $5 million repair, the company's own employees wrote, "if the replacement of this type did z. not occur, risk associated with this segment will not be reduced. that makes the risk of a failure at this location unacceptably high." federal investigators spept their first full day at the scene looking into what caused the pipe to rupture and explode. among their questions is should the p
will have water. (inaudible) >> (inaudible) we have a water main at claremore mont that may save us. >> we are handling medical we have double what medical spending. >> we have resources but i don't know if we ought access to that location. >> (inaudible) glenn and plymouth. we have three burned victims there. >> all of those people calling and needing help with severe burns and firefighters and we have resources but no water. we have more audio from that day you can go to our web site. >>iran's english language state television has reported that american sarah shourd has been released after more than a year in prison. sarah shourd,32, together with two other americans were apprehended by iranian security forces near the border with northern iraq on accused of spying. we will be back as kron 4 as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our m
cars. >> one of them said stay in your car. he asked me for my license. i say why. you didn't use your blinker. >>reporter: there was no doubt he was a victim of rracial profiling. >> i think it was because, i m mean, i if if see myself in the mirror and look at your face. you hack like a gang mechbility you are latino. >>reporter: e.t. is with packet. >> when he told us the story said father, why didn't you tell him were you a pastor of a church and he said why should i have to? >>reporter: police chief defended the department effort to stop racial profiling. >> in all the policy and procedures we put into place are geared so that it doesn't happen so what we are really seeing here what i am reading a lot in the survey is the perception again versus reality. not suggesting that it can't happen. but the question is how do we measure that. >>reporter: but survey like these are useful according to flt city independent police auditor. >> survey are very significant because if your perception are more positive toward the police your behavior change accordingly. you tend to go
, california, as early as this week. >> they are using children as hostages. a stunning admission that they are only interested in covering healthy people and not sick people. >> the move would only apply to new policies and would not affect existing child only policy holders and family plans provided through parent's work. the insurance industry fears parents will buy policies only when children become sick, causing a huge expensive group to insurance with not enough premiums to cover the cost. >> if we have a system where people can drop in and out only when they need it the most it won't work. >> child only policies are a small market geared towards families who make too much to qualify for the public program. >> just because we -- our kids get sick or come up with the diseases. >> pediatricians insist it is more expensive to let kids go without insurance and stay sick. >> when you are letting those kinds of conditions go untreated, under treated then you are having more emergency room visits and more optimizations, increasing healthcare costs. >> a bill on governor schwarzeneg
on 680 using bay area's first express lane but you have to pay to play. >> loss for week of summer actually it's half full week of summer left. we are clearing up here and not much wind. the fog looks good here. we are looking at a nice day today and then what happens >> to was >> it is the opposite of what you'd like to have them was several days before the first day of fall we cool it down and then after the first of all we warming up. temperatures getting into the 90s it will feel like summer on your saturday in some inland spots eighties around the bay opera '60s for the coast. >> grace counselors will be on hand today after one of five novato high school juniors was killed in an apparent alcohol- related crash.bmw carrying all five male students was traveling west on novato boulevard at bowman friday when it spun out of control and was struck by a big but both live cattle inside. one teen was pronounced dead at the scene. of drinking after authorities found a container of liquor and outside the bmw, which continued a rest in a field. >> william willis dunn leg gas explosion.
is so late a state credit card used to buy supplies is being cancelled by the bank due to lack of payment. that means the state park department can no longer buy toilet paper for its rural sites. >> this is outrageous. today it is toilet paper. tomorrow trail closure. rest ramp closure at state beaches. people don't know what to expect. >>reporter: urban state park have the advantage of going to state warehouses for the supplies. the park department though can't say which rural sites are affected. but estimates it is roughly one-third of the nearly 300 state parks. >> isn't just toilet paper. it's bulk fall for cars, cars, trucks. it is auto parts for fixing cars and trucks or other equipment. lawn equipment. it is housekeeping supplies. >>reporter: budget negotiations on how to close the 19 billion dollar deficit has been painstakingly slow. meetings taking place in los angeles this week because the governor has been too sick to travel to the capitol. credit card won't be good until budget and back payments are paid. the visitors thought the toilet paper was foychb
can put a lot of kids at risk for heat stroke. as 24678 craig tells us, practice continues at one high school, as long as the players get water and lots of it. >> reporter: the san jose football team is spending hours on the field and it's thought- hot. there are conditions in place to prevent heat stroke. it's usually not that hot here. water is making that much of a difference. >> get water. >> reporter: the coach lets them go 15 minutes, then it's time for a water break. they do this even when temperatures are in the 80s. >> run 8 plays and then get higrated. it's hot out here. it's really hot so we make sure they get hydrated. >> reporter: those 15 minutes take a lot out of players. and many see the heat as a right of passage. >> it's really hot out here. >> reporter: without the water these kids could get nauseous, stop sweating and pass out so the water keeps flowing, it will need to because the heat is going continue for a while. >>> the heat took its toll on public transportation today. bart trains were running slower because of the heat. you can see a lot of people waiting. ri
of it to use for training, another fact he says the state never disclosed to the court. judge fogel says the drug shortage is hardly a reason to rush brown's execution and ordered it halted until he decides, otherwise. although he has albert own hasn't proven there's a risk he'll suffer extreme pain during his death, it appears as he's raised substantial questions of fact. in the meantime, brown will remain alive. >> the plans brought protesters. this is just one of several demonstrations across the state. california has been in debate. the debate is whether it's humane. >>> and now to decision 2010. and the first debate between the candidates for california governor. this was the scene from the uc davis campus as republican meg whitman and democrat jerry brown scare square -- squared off tonight. they traded blows on a range of issues. but mainly, the debate focused on the candidates' different stances on how to fix the state's economic woes. >> and i would start by example. i would say i will cut 15 to 20% out of the governor's office, and i'll say to the legislature it's your turn nex
are overwhelming are you still looking for donations? >> we have much more than we could possibly use in terms of clothes, food, water. it has been a wonderful outpouring of people. at this point if people would like to donate something money would be the most useful. go to our web site and that is red cross bay area.org. >> will put that on our web site. >> q. some of people staying at your shoulders? >> we had the first night when there was quite a bit of chaos. we had i handfuls of people and others had sams of family and friends. the next day we were able to push a few people that didn't have anywhere to go into hotels. so we had to shelters opened at first. we staff is set for the second night. just a first night people were sitting there. >> so nobody has a got this morning. >> everybody got a place for family friends or hotel. a lot of people are going back home. >> thank you very much. darya mark he says it will have caseworker's following the pepepepe for months just because the king might need counseling. coming up at 730 the very latest from the investigation. >> all schools are bac
nap shows us their focus on resilience, determination and sense of community ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> reporter: this must be the most up beat event in san bruno in the past two weeks. not only a benefit for community a well, big hug therapy. >> after such a tragedy, and let everybody see each other's faces again and make it known we are going to come back from this and be better and stronger than ever. >> reporter: holly's family home was destroyed so was the home of joe vazquez's parents. >> if you lookout this way, there is so many people, it is a beautiful thing. everybody got everybody's back they got t-shirts and all this stuff. it is really warm and great. fantastic. >> reporter: friday, crews began cleaning up remains of the once neat neighbourhood sorting out what was recyclable and what was not. >> this is not just a demolition job but a removal of individuals homes, personal belongings, their material. >> reporter: folks may be saturday to see their homes gone but looking ahead to see the ground cleared and chance to begin anew. home grown dj jimmy stuart junior born and bred in brun
this friday. the drugs they use in the execution process could very well save this his life for now. that's because it's one of three drugs, and that drug is set to expire this friday. and the drug maker says that if the execution does not happen by then, brown was convicted of raping and murdering a riverside grove 30 years ago. at seventh when chris and i will transmit kron4 news. after >> 3 people have been injured in nine people displaced after a fire broke out of a level 30 less side of the 200 block of madison avenue. firefighters were able to contain the fires really after it started. it was severely damaged, and then reach the two cars turning and then the driver error rate. the fire was set to of started behind a couch, it is under investigation right now. >> 7 05 ring and 90 days and to the new budget year, lawmakers and the governor finally closing in on a deal. they have worked until late last night of backend that today it , and tried to close the state's $19 million gap. there seems to compose before they can put it to avoid votes. the governor wants public pension reform in
that will be hot for the next couple of days and it will take us to about the end of the workweek to start going down as we head towards the weekend. the time right now seven 02 a.m. let us get a checkup the commute. >> the right at interstate 580 is slow. it is in the west bound commuter direction and starting off in the altamont pass, but traffic is not at its worst year, the 2 05 interchange is not five but it is the western portion of the drive out between livermore and double in the you will find this list traffic for west bound fide, there was a minor accident and it was in the center divider, it has been cleared up but it helped to slow things down because it created a visual hazard. there right on 680 set on which the been tracking since they started construction for and then opened the new express land it ran from highway 82 highway 234 and the traffic has been fine with an express lane. the problem is north of there where the traffic tries to merge into the lane and agree to back up here and it has reached all the way into the dublin interchange for the first week of its opening and we
that is blocking the right-hand lane. the 7:01 a.m. let us get up on the forecast right now. maybe we have cooler temperatures on >> the >> yes, we're looking at a cool down and in fact the temperatures are knocking down, ec all these clause here, we're stuck in the clouds roll into the inland spots bringing the temperatures down to. there are no more triple digits and it is starting to cool off and we're going to continue with a cooling trend throughout the rest of the workweek. here's a look out side read on how much of the temperatures that are expected to drop by 72 degrees cooler in san francisco in the same luster san rafael is clinton and about 12 degrees cooler. looking at about 12 and wrote redwood city. ms. cohen san francisco by 60 degrees and 56 degrees and oakland, it is one of the upper 60s in monday and into san roseanne as we work our way into the afternoon we should be getting up into the low 90s in some of these north base paths to santa rosa, of vallejo are getting into the upper 80s. it is good to be 86 in redwood city, 85 and the word and some of those twin locations like the
rate in front of us so we are other agencies involved as you said are around 230 this morning they contacted this individual at that point he took off at some point during the pursuit he produced a weapon that is when the officers fired he was taken to local hospital condition is unknown obviously as details come in will pass them on to you. is there any confirmation from police that this was a suspect? >> we have no confirmation on that and whether not this is a suspect that is action the suspects that they wanted. but obviously it's and is again identification will pass along. >> thank you. the of the big story that we're following of course slate is for the gas line explosion today marks one week since this last happened. and now scams are a big concern for people have been arrested for trying to scam aid workers. the force of their driver's license applications in which they falsely said they lived in the burned area of for them bart on suspicion of burglary, perjury and submitting false or forged documents to a government agency. records show that pg&e was supposed to rep
of the event and time proceeding even so we can see if there's anything there that will help us determine the >> cause> those records could say i lost pressure in taipei maybe there's a leak or maybe not. >> that is correct. >> that led to milpitas because p janney has a plant there that supplies gas to san bruno. they talk to workers there and look through paperwork to let them know. they talk to pg&e brass as well to see if they knew anything. it will take 12-14 months. there is a chance they may never find out the cause of this. they will work hard. they take into account people might get the phantom smell that yes i did smell gas when maybe they did not. they're checking everything out and it will be in this neighborhood for another week. more than likely this area up will still be treated as a crime scene. >> more than 201st responders rushed to the scene the day of the explosion for the first time we are hearing from those crews. let's listen as a recount the frantic moments. >> this fireball this down the noise occurof it was deaf asdeae were citizens running up the hill sambar kno
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'm a mom or rollo avenue de expected to get busy over here this is the main street people use to get to schools. they're four different schools in the neighborhood from college to elementary school so you could see traffic starting to pick up. they will be in the middle of the street through the day so they help people be patient and really slowed down. they say people cruising through here tend to come by pretty fast they're asking people to slow it down. sal >> we will check back with you a special closer to school time to watch to see if there's a big traffic backup >> a seat transept will have to think about other and better around special weekend. will tran has the details >> a seat transit will " cut bus routes more than half of its overnight service that is on top of the 25¢ fear increase the assertive few months ago. it is the latest cuts approved it will be a third one this year. ac transit was looking to get millions of dollars from the driver's but a judge force the agency not to impose the new contract on drivers it is looking once again as service cuts. will tran kron 4
kate attended the meeting tonight and joins us live from san bruno. >> reporter: tonight pg&e saying it took them an hour to turn off the gas after the explosion happened. >> reporter: wearing wrist bands that designate them as residents, people fired questions, including why they couldn't turn off the gas immediately after the blast. >> it was not safe to be able to access the volves that made it possible to -- for the gas to be stopped. >> reporter: monday fema completed its assessment which could mean additional money could be able if a federal disaster is declared. >> preliminary damage assessment, we were on site for the host of the day and finished a few hours ago. >> reporter: officials are promise they will work tirelessly to get answers. >> they don't want to go home till they find out what happened. >> there is no stone that will not be turned over till we get to the bottom of why this happened and make sure it never happens again. >> reporter: residents having a lot of questions about if they don't want to rebuild what will happen. asking pg&e and officials saying they are
pipelines. monty francis is live in san bruno with more details for us. monty? >> reporter: jessica, some state lawmakers demanded pg&e turn over that list. we asked them for that list a week ago and today they put that request in writing. >> he is one of a handful of residents who lived near the explosion site in san bruno, who said he smelled gas in the days and weeks before the blast. he is incensed that pg&e are holding a list of the most as a rule -- vulnerable sites in the city. >> you don't have to live life like that. >> they asked pg&e to turn over the list as early as last friday but were told releasing the information would pose a threat to national security. >> i think the people and the residents have a right to know as to where these pipes are so they can make a conscious decision, should i live here? >> it'sly di ridiculous to say don't want to give out information because of terrorism? come on now. >> they're keeping the ninfoatiof oseho tf pest tha are conderedsihe most trisky. public documentsave already revealed four of e most os vulnerable pipelineli line 13he2, t one
the forecast for our weather? >> continued great. you used the word delightful a minute ago. i think it's going to be like that again tomorrow, and really over the next couple days as well, and really a delightful night outside right now. look at this shot. just gorgeous out there. clear skies right now. a very nice night with temperatures in the 70s around the city but areas falling back into the 6 0s outside right now. a high of 85 degrees, low of 81. another great day, and i tell you, i think we're going to see more on the horizon. 73 degrees right now, dew point of 55, winds at south-southeast at 3 miles an hour. mostly clear skies across the r region. we have a frontal boundary coming through the area. it brought a shower up there to the north. stopped the game betwen the jets and the ravens a little earlier. they were postponed about 15 minutes. that's making its way on through, and beyond it some pret nice weather. tomorrow 62 to 69 degrees as you send the kids to the bus stop and to pick them . there's the frontal boundary. there's the nice weather. the frontal boundary continues to mov
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